The class-array editor allows to visualize and edit – to a certain extent – the contents of a class-array object.
In the class-array editor, rows are represented by a set of horizontal panes.
These panes can be :
The following values can be displayed at the top of the editor by hovering the mouse over a component :
To zoom in/out on a selected region – a components subset – : use the and buttons of the palette.
All the fields of a simple class-array are user-defined. Consequently, all the rows of such arrays are hidden if this option is unchecked. Subclasses of class-arrays with "predefined" fields may remain visible.
Each row can be hidden or shown with a click on the triangle icons located on the upper left corner of each pane.
To save, recall or remove a given configuration, use the
- buttons at the bottom of the editor.
To select a configuration, use the adjacent
pop up menu, which contains all available or recorded configurations.
BPF -like rows offer some of the possibilities of BPF editors :
Points cannot me removed.
List rows display the contents of every components, with various types of representations depending on the type of data.
Objects with an editor – BPFs , score objects, arrays, etc.– can be open by a double click and edited individually.
A big array may not represent all of its internal component values, in which case the internal components display may be automatically disabled.